Good Day Jerks, The Author today is Jerkward. A few weeks back at RIM I soiled my reputation with one of my cycling heroes, Mitch the Masher. I had a strange day, registering only half as many laps as the other 12 hour solo riders I was there t0 compete with. My day in the woods ended early by my own accord [before the rain came] as I retreated to the comfort of Coarches' amazing, awning-equipped chair and drank delicious PBR beside an imaginary fire with Drewby. Funny thing is, the 12 hour solo class was divided into age brackets and I was the only rider registered in "29 & Under" class - I ended up winning dank swag for a schwag performance. Lucky me. Anyway, I took some time off after that and did no riding (except commuting) for like 10 days. Instead I went running in Forest Park like a real Jerk. Next, I contacted my Coach friend and borrowed from him an effective new tool just released by Park Tools, the VGS-12 Vagi** De-Sander. I plugged it in and just went-to-town. Riding long distances became more and more comfortable as the sand disappeared, just like the instructions indicated. This morning, after a breakfast of crowns and home-made omelets, I went to plug in the VGS-12 and to my surprise all the sand was gone. I drove to Chubb and out came three laps of Chubby goodness, each starting at the Lone Elk trailhead, connecting down the connector in order to ascend Flint Quarry and return back to Lone Elk for refueling. I am tired now, it is time to enjoy dinner part 2, which includes a brand-new box of Golden Grahams and more than one type of ice cream. Thanks for stopping by, all aboard you jerks, the D9 Bulldozer is the next objective and I [like Coach] predict pain.
- Nico Toscani
Garmin Connect - Activity Details for Triple Chubb